Over hundred people, including numerous teachers and civil servants, have attended a public meeting in Blanchardstown to voice their concerns and opposition to proposed new Relationships and Sexuality Education guidelines.
The meeting heard how the new guidelines were not requested by parents or teachers but are rather being pushed by LGBTQIA activist groups and the UN.
As part of the proposed curriculum the new RSE lessons will ignore any ethos held by the school in question, will be compulsory for all primary and secondary school students and will also remove the rights of parents to remove their children from said lessons.
The new guidelines will see primary school children taught about topics such as masturbation, homosexuality and transgender ideology as well as being taught of abortion as a healthcare.
As part of proposed guidelines children will also be taught “porn literacy” and “gender fluidity” will also be taught as if it is a settled science.
People with concerns are urged to make their voices heard by filling out a survey being undertaken by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) which can be accessed through its website here.
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